Over the past few months, you've watched us catalog our 100 Favorite Dishes. Catalog being a lovely term meaning eating our way across this town, well, even more than usual. And because we thought you might want a better way to access these, we've collected all one hundred into one piece, a menu if ... More >>
Leading up to this year's Best of L.A. issue (due out Oct. 4) -- and probably beyond, at this rate -- we'll be counting down, in no particular order, 100 of our favorite dishes.
45: The Pescado Zarandeado at Coni'Seafood.
The pescado zarandeado at Coni'Seafood in Inglewood has long been the stuff ... More >>
It used to be, a dozen years ago or so, that there weren't that many spots in town where you could find a decent seafood taco, much less a great one. Fast forward to 2012, and fish and shrimp tacos have gone through something of an evolution. There are plenty of fish in the sea now; you can barely ... More >>
With all the talk in our culture of locavorism, sometimes the noise of that discussion can have the odd effect of drowning out one our region's signature wild food sources. We do live in a coastal city, after all, and stretching back millenia inhabitants of the Los Angeles area have sustained themse ... More >>
Anne FishbeinThe snook at Coni'SeafoodThis week, Jonathan Gold considers the moveable snook feast orchestrated by chef Sergio Peñuelas, whose Inglewood restaurant Mariscos Chente has recently been renamed Coni'Seafood. Same restaurant, same chef, even kind of still the same name (it hasn't b ... More >>
Mariscos Chente opened just about a year ago, and quickly after the first glowing report leaked out, writers and patrons alike began heaping praise on this casual, Sinaloa-style seafood restaurant. But if you had a hard time deciding what to order before, that task just got a little more difficult.
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